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BS718

Victorian sterling silver baby cup. Made by John Newton Mappin in London in 1888. Drum-form with gadrooned bottom and domed foot. Leaf-mounted and chamfered bracket handle. Embossed ornament with cherubs feeding grapes to lions. The figures emerge from center of rinceaux scrolls. Fantasy mix of classicism and heraldry. Fully marked. Good condition with deep patina.

Dimensions: H 4 1/8 x W 4 1/4 x D 2 3/4 in. Weight: 5.3 troy ounces. #BS718

$1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BR174

American Edwardian sterling silver bowl, ca 1900. Boat-form oval with solid well. Sides have pierced and interlaced ovals inset with blossoms, and rondels inset with flower baskets. Raised oval foot. Pierced blossom borders and chased leaf-and-blossom rims. Marked “Sterling / 6683 / 13 1/2 in”. No maker’s stamp. Possibly by New York maker Redlich. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 6 5/8 x W 13 5/8 x D 9 3/8 in. Weight: 26 troy ounces. #BR174

$1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
BR165

William IV sterling silver toast rack, 1835. Seven double-hooped stretchers mounted to curved and rectangular frame with central stretcher. Reeded ring finial with tooled leaves and lion’s heads. Four leaf-mounted scroll supports. Fully marked including indistinct London maker’s stamp and date letter. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 5 1/2 x W 6 1/4 x D 4 7/8 in. Weight: 8.8 troy ounces. #BR165

$980.00
Listed Price $1,400.00
BR164

Regency sterling silver toast rack. Made by Benjamin Prestion in London in 1829. Curved and reeded rectangular frame with central stretcher, supporting 7 partitions double arches set in large shaped single arch. Leaf-mounted ring finial with gadrooning and anthemion. Corner leaf-mounted paw supports. An innovative design with traditional ornament. Fully marked including William IV duty stamp. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 6 1/2 x W 6 5/8 x D 4 1/4 in. Weight: 10 troy ounces. #BR164

$1,015.00
Listed Price $1,450.00
BS534

Sweet American Edwardian sterling silver picture frame, ca 1910. Rectangular window with scalloped border and shaped surround with concave sides and bottom arched top, and double-scroll corners. Acid-etched leafy-scroll and shell ornament. Reeded rim with bunches of pretty forget-me-nots. With glass, silk lining, and velvet back and hinged support. For portrait (vertical) display). Marked “Sterling 3208”. Very good condition.

Dimensions: Frame: H 13 5/8 x W 10 in. Window: H 8 3/4 x W 6 in.... Click for details

$1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BQ852

Pretty sterling silver cake plate in Windsor pattern. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York, ca 1915. Circular well. Sides are alternating narrow and wide lobes. Shoulder has chased ribbon-and-flower motif. Bead-and-reel rims. Handle shaped and fixed with open paterae and split mounts. Fully marked including pattern name, no. A63H/60, and diameter. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 6 3/8 x D 10 in. Weight: 11 troy ounces. #BQ852

$455.00
Listed Price $650.00
BR179

Plymouth sterling silver water pitcher. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1931. Tapering and paneled ovoid body, reeded helmet mouth, capped scroll bracket handle, and stepped oval foot. A fine piece in the classic Art Deco pattern. Fully marked including no. A2788, date symbol, and volume (3 3/8 pints). Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 10 x W 9 5/8 x D 4 3/8 in. Weight: 26.5 troy ounces. #BR179

$1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BR239

Pair of Edwardian Regency sterling silver candlesticks. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1914. Each: Oval and fluted form comprising urn socket, tapering shaft, and fluid stepped foot. Tooled Vitruvian scroll border and engraved flowers, scrolls, and leaves. Bobeche has raised bead-and-reel rim and is detachable. Fully marked including date symbol, code DKD, and Bigelow, Kennard retailer’s stamp. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 10 1/8 x W 5 3/8 x D 4 1/4 in. Weighted. #BR238 & BR239

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BR200

Modern Classical sterling silver centerpiece bowl. Made by Reed & Barton in Taunton, Mass. in 1950. Quatrefoil well. Curved sides with alternating flutes and lobes. Scrolled rim. Rests on 4 scallop-shell mounted paw supports. A great revving up of traditional motifs. Hallmark includes date symbol and no. X811. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 7/8 x W 12 5/8 x D 8 3/4 in. Weight: 20 troy ounces. #BR200

$696.50
Listed Price $995.00
BR198

Pretty sterling silver bowl. Made by S. Kirk & Son in Baltimore. Plain well with tapering sides and raised and spread foot. Wide and gently curved shoulder with repousse floral garland on stippled ground. Rim has applied scallop shells, leaves, and scrolls. A nice piece in a traditional regional style. Hallmark (1932-61) and no. 179A. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 1/4 x D 11 1/2 in. Weight: 21.5 troy ounces. #BR198

$770.00
Listed Price $1,100.00
BS679

Fancy Regent sterling silver asparagus fork. Made by Durgin in Concord, New Hampshire. Scrolled and pierced handle with engraved flowers and scallop shell terminal. Flat shank with concave sides, wide and blunt tines joined by pierced ovals, and same ornament. A beautiful early piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1901. Fully marked including maker’s stamp and Gorham stamp. Gorham acquired Durgin in the early 20th century. Very good condition with nice patina.

Length: 10 in.... Click for details

$595.00
Listed Price $850.00
BP423

Large and pretty Edwardian crystal vanity jar with sterling silver and enamel cover, ca 1910. Truncated cone with acid-etched flowers and leaves and star cut to underside. Cover curved with pink roses on radiating white ground. Cover sides sterling silver. Cover marked “Sterling”. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 4 1/8 x D 5 1/2 in. #BP423

$665.00
Listed Price $950.00
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